Santa Ana Star Casino employee cheated his bosses
A former casino worker may be sentenced to a jail term up to 20 years, after he has been found guilty of fraud. With the help of his wife Michelle Fischer, the 42-year-old John Hoffman defrauded the Santa Ana Star Casino. The casino fraud took place between December 2010 and August 2011. Fischer may be sentenced to a one-year jail term, while they both will be ordered to pay a restitution to the casino.
Hoffman was employed as a marketing employee of the gambling venue. The 42-year-old man from Rio Rancho illegally raised player’s club cards’ balances. His partner in crime subsequently gave the defrauded cards to gamblers inside the Santa Ana Star Casino. In exchange, they were forced to provide the duo a chunk of their winnings.
The Santa Ana Star Casino offers gamblers an impressive variety of games, including live poker, table games and slots. Poker fans can choose from Texas Hold'em
, Omaha, 7 Card Stud, and many more. The extensive portfolio of table games features blackjack
, roulette, Ultimate Texas Hold 'Em, among other titles. There are more than 1,400 slot machines, which makes the Santa Ana Star Casino a paradise for slot fans.